The first thing I noticed about this property is how thick and lush the alfalfa is, along with the great mix of land. With approximately 185 acres of alfalfa, 40 acres of grasses, and 53 acres of trees, rows, and lowlands, this acreage has a lot to offer anyone. The 225 acres of hay and grass have a CPI of 63.41, and it's obvious they are productive acres. There is great access from 66th Avenue SW on the East/West sides and 78th St SW on the South side. The gently rolling hills and low areas provide good drainage, and the tree rows not only help collect snow for moisture and help to block the wind but are also loaded with wildlife. I jumped several pheasants and heard more cackling when I walked the property. Deer are very common, and there was an antelope feeding on the alfalfa, which was great to see. The property's proximity to Elgin is an added benefit as you are never far from getting what you need, whether it's groceries or repairs. If you want to add productive acres to your operation, here is your chance to do it. Call me today to learn more.